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Fri March 2, 2012
Calloway County Emergency Manager Bill Call on Storm Sirens
As severe weather struck our region this week many of you might have had weather radios alerting you of warnings to your county or the loud outdoor sirens you might be used to. This week, though as a Tornado Warning was issued for northern Calloway County residents in the storm’s path heard no out-door sirens, because there aren’t any. WKMS’ Shelly Baskin speaks with Calloway County Emergency Management Director Bill Call to find out why.